The Guardians stroked 15 hits in consecutive games, including Ramirez and Reyes combining for 12 of 19 with 5 homers. Twins had chance in 9th of last game with Urshela at plate as tying run, but a "47" as pictured on closer Clase's last number in his strikeout range ended the game 7-4 Cleveland. They won the first game 10-3 for sweep credit and moved ahead of the Twins in standings.
Setting up for the battle of AL Central Teams (though in Statis-Pro it is just one 10-team league) the Indians did lose Bobby Bradley, who had been starting, but the addition of Oscar Gonzalez to the roster seemed to fill his spot fine with a home run range of 31-34 even before the deep range of 35-37 that is a homer one in three times in the average park.
Probably won't use their other addition, Luke Mailed, much as he is a rare card with no home runs and his ops is one of the lowest at 0.583.
Here are the Twins lost to the team in this roster check.
Next the results between the two teams - and always uphill when you face PB: 2-9 Shane Bieber.